This very well manicured Laurens County farm is the epitome of beautiful rolling hills in the Upstate of South Carolina. The northern boundary line is a fantastic wildlife corridor that consists of 0.6+/- miles of wooded frontage on Beaver Dam Creek just over a mile upstream from its confluence with the Enoree River. A sprawling ten acre bottom field sits adjacent to the creek frontage with large stands of hardwoods stretching uphill towards the higher elevations of the property. Three separate 1+/- acre farm ponds are located throughout the property which currently houses cattle and is completely fenced in. Approximately 90+/- acres of the farm is in sectional pasture which could be planted in timber, farmed, or leased for cattle. The owner has taken several record book bucks off of the property as well as trophy bass out of the farm ponds. The location is another excellent feature: 30-40 minutes from the heart of downtown Greenville and Spartanburg.
Take I385 from Greenvilleand SC-101 N to Bramlett Church Road in Laurens County Continue to Bramlett Church Road to Enoree Turn right onto Beaverdam Church Road.